Cisco CCNA Networking Basics for Beginners Getting Started

Welcome to the World of Cisco CCNA Networking Basics for Beginners. Learn to build networks and its troubleshooting.
Cisco CCNA Networking Basics for Beginners Getting Started
File Size :
1.03 GB
Total length :
2h 30m

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Instructor

Dr. Sunil Soni

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Last update

10/2019

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4/5

Cisco CCNA Networking Basics for Beginners Getting Started

What you’ll learn

Understand basic cisco networking concepts
Recognize various networking devices such as hub, switch, router etc.
Configure various networking scenarios/devices using Cisco packet tracer simulation
Apply IP addressing schemes
Build small networks and how to troubleshoot it
Configuration of HTTP (Web Server) + DNS server in Cisco Packet Tracer with OSI Layer View
Configuration of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer
Configuration of DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer
Configuration of Email/SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer

Cisco CCNA Networking Basics for Beginners Getting Started

Requirements

Only basic knowledge of how to operate computer is required
Previous networking knowledge is not required
Networking equipment knowledge or experience is also not required

Description

Welcome to the “Cisco CCNA Networking Basics for Beginners: Getting Started”. This course is designed for beginners who want to enter in the world of computer network. Beginners will learn to understand the basics of how data is sent and received in a computer network and how small computer networks are created. People who are not familiar with computer network and want to understand how computer networks actually work will also enjoy this course.This course introduce a variety of concepts, practice activities and simulations that help build the learner’s skills and understanding of computer networking. You will learn basic networking concepts, various networking devices such as hub, switch, router etc., configure various networking scenarios using packet tracer simulation and how to apply IP addressing schemes. At the end, you will be able to build small networks and its troubleshooting. Previous networking knowledge is not required.In this course, you will:1. Understand basic networking concepts2. Recognize various networking devices such as hub, switch, router etc.3. Configure various networking scenarios using Cisco packet tracer simulation4. Apply IP addressing schemes5. Build small networks and how to troubleshoot it6. Configuration of HTTP (Web Server) + DNS server in Cisco Packet Tracer  with  OSI Layer View7. Configuration of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer 8. Configuration of DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer9. Configuration of Email/SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to the Course

Lecture 1 Introduction to Instructor

Lecture 2 Introduction to Course

Lecture 3 Outline of the Course and Roadmap

Section 2: Basic Networking Concepts & Its Applications

Lecture 4 Definition and importance of Computer Networking

Lecture 5 Network Protocols and Communications

Lecture 6 Various applications of computer networks

Section 3: Networking Devices: An Introduction

Lecture 7 Introduction to various networking devices

Lecture 8 Networking Media (Wired & Wireless)

Lecture 9 Prepare straight and cross cable with clamping tools

Section 4: What is IP Address?

Lecture 10 What is IP Address?

Lecture 11 Classful IP Addressing

Lecture 12 Classless IP Addressing

Section 5: Cisco Packet Tracer: Getting Started

Lecture 13 Introduction to Cisco Packet Tracer

Lecture 14 Sample 2-PCs connection in Cisco Packet Tracer

Lecture 15 Comparison of Hub, Switch and Router networking devices using simulation

Section 6: Network Troubleshooting

Lecture 16 Network Troubleshooting-Tools-Commands

Lecture 17 Build Small Network and its troubleshooting

Section 7: Server Configurations

Lecture 18 Configuration of HTTP (Web Server) + DNS server in Cisco Packet Tracer

Lecture 19 Configuration of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server in Cisco Packet Tracer

Lecture 20 Configuration of DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server in CPT

Lecture 21 Configuration of Email/SMTP server in Cisco Packet Tracer

Anyone who wants to learn basic Cisco Networking knowledge,Anyone who wants to start Cisco CCNA exam preparation,People who are seeking careers such as IT helpdesk engineers, network engineers, network/system administrators etc. This course can help them to start their journey in these fields

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 2h 30m | 1.03 GB
Created by: Dr. Sunil Soni

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